New Wave 80s music gifts, 80s Clothing, Photo Books, Movies. Gifts for New Wave music fans.
This great light blue, 100% cotton juniors t-shirt features the third studio album from the the Cars. Released in 180, this was the first album of a new Cars sound. They went from pop to more aggressive and experimental sounds. This graphic sports the checkered flag from the album cover and the guys that rocked the 80s.
HUIMIN Eurythmics T-shirt. Art Heat Press Print On Front. Wash Inside Out In Cold Water, Hand Dry Recommended.
A graphic adapted from the cover art from Devo's classic debut album is featured in highly distressed print on this yellow juniors t-shirt with shimmering rhinestone accents. Made from soft 100% cotton, this is a sleek, stylish, and ultimately comfortable tee sure to satisfy!
Machine washable 100% cotton, very comfortable to wear, light & thin fabric, fabulous with jeans, shorts and etc. Please kindly note that since they are printed on comfort cotton ,they may generally shrink about 0.5 – 1 inch after washing.
Oh, No! It's Devo – These Girls Tees Are A Little Thinner Than A Babydoll And Slightly Less Snug. They Also Offer A Wider Variety Of Sizes. NOTE: Some Tees Vary In Design Due To Different Manufactures.
These LPs mark the fi rst incursions by the great trumpeter (who had already been a pioneering force in the beginning of Latin jazz) into the realm of bossa nova. Both albums were produced by Quincy Jones and arranged by Lalo Schifrin. As a bonus, we have added a rare Brazilian tune from the same sessions.
Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this 1967 Pop classic containing both the stereo mix and very rare mono mix of the album. Arranged by the legendary Gene Page (Phil Spector/Barry White/Buffalo Springfield), The New Wave fused the Folk-Pop sounds of Simon & Garfunkel and Chad & Jeremy with contributions from LA studio wizards, including Carol Kaye and Van Dyke Parks-concurrent to his work on the Beach Boys' Smile. Vibes, oboes, harpsichords, swirling strings, breezy vocals, and gently psychedelic affectations abound on this incredibly rare artifact of 1967 Los Angeles. The 16-page, full-color booklet includes rare, unpublished photos and extensive liner notes featuring the participation of original band members. Now Sounds.
QDJT Women's Tears For Fears T-Shirt
UK five CD collection containing 100 original Punk, New Wave and Post-Punk hits by some of the greatest artists of the late '70s and early '80s. Includes tracks from Blondie, Sex Pistols, the Stranglers, Buzzcocks, the Members, XTC, Killing Joke, Gang of Four, PiL and many others. DMG.
YIRONG Tears For Fears T-shirt.Art Heat Press Print On Front. Wash Inside Out In Cold Water, Hand Dry Recommended.
Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing including digital download. Originally released in February 1993 on Hut Records, New Wave was the debut album by The Auteurs. Produced by Phil Vinall and Haines, the album featured the singles 'Showgirl' and 'How I Could Be Wrong'. The album was well received on release, perceived as being part of a nascent Britpop scene, and was nominated in the second Mercury Music Prize in 1993 (won by Suede) and was in Q magazine's Top 10 Albums of 1993.
Natural Cotton Cool INXS T-shirts – 100% Cotton Short-sleeve Roundneck Relaxed Fit Ladies's T Shirt
High school student Ferris Bueller (Matthew Broderick) wants a day off from school and he's developed an incredibly sophisticated plan to pull it off. He talks his friend Cameron (Alan Ruck) into taking his father's prized Ferrari and, with his girlfriend Sloane (Mia Sara), they head into Chicago for the day. While they are taking in what the city has to offer, school principal Ed Rooney is convinced that Ferris is, not for the first time, playing hooky for the day and is hell bent to catch him out. Ferris has anticipated that, much to Rooney's chagrin. This '80s movie is filled with bonus DVD materials that will give you an insider's view of this hilarious comedy directed by John Hughes.
Against Me! made the mistake of releasing one of the more beloved independent label debuts of the decade with 2002's Reinventing Axl Rose, and have been playing a game of catch-up ever since. Tom Gabel's Billy-Bragg-meets-the-Clash songcraft melded punk and folk, the political and the personal, and rocked pretty damn hard as well. Their output since then, while not at all disappointing, has necessarily lacked that shock of discovery. But with New Wave, one gets the sense that the band is hoping to finally move on. Released on a major label with big-time producer Butch Vig onboard, it's a rock record, full of straight-up stomp and swagger. Tracks like "Thrash Unreal" and "Americans Abroad" tear it up with a party-band brashness reminiscent of something like Rocket From the Crypt, or even Jimmy Eat World. But of course, Gabel has more on his mind than just a good time, and beneath the headbanging is a core of frustration and burning discontent with the world, with fame, with being chronically misunderstood. Lines like "you have to fight to stay in control of the situation" (from "Borne on the FM Waves of the Heart") and "are you restless like me?" (from "Up the Cuts") keep barking out from under the guitars, culminating in the soul-searching final track, "The Ocean." You'll have a good time with New Wave, but a sense of unease will be there in the morning, picking at your brain like a memory you can't quite place. –Matthew Cooke
"This is like one big orgasm!" says singer-frontman Danny Elfman toward the end of Oingo Boingo's final concert on Halloween night, 1995. That's an apt comparison, since this two-hour, 45-minute performance plays like an extended climax, with Elfman and his bandmates putting out enough energy to light a small city and turn their costumed devotees into a pulsing mass of mutual love. Elfman's like a supernova onstage, maintaining a miraculous pace through 32 songs, any one of which qualifies as definitive Boingo (though we're partial to "Insanity," "Dead Man's Party," and the Dr. Moreau-inspired "No Spill Blood"). In retrospect it's clear that Oingo Boingo wanted to cap 17 years of success with their finest concert, and this one arguably meets that goal. Thorough but inconspicuous camera coverage captures the whole show from start to finish, and the Dolby 2-channel stereo is crisp and clear. Watch it all at once–we guarantee you'll be euphorically exhausted. –Jeff Shannon
Originally released in 1994, this definitive New Order documentary traces the history of the band all the way back to the Joy Division days. This extended version contains additional interviews and live footage-over two hours available for the first time as a single DVD release. [138 MIN.; COLOR; NOT RATED]
The Smiths Under Review is a 90 minute documentary film covering the full story and music of The Smiths. It features rare musical performances, videos, TV appearances, interviews with the band, and expert comment and review from an esteemed panel of expe
From writer/director John Hughes (Sixteen Candles, Weird Science), The Breakfast Club is an iconic portrait of 1980s American high school life. When Saturday detention started, they were simply the Jock, the Princess, the Brain, the Criminal and the Basket Case, but by that afternoon they had become closer than any of them could have imagined. Featuring an all-star ’80s cast including Emilio Estevez, Anthony Michael Hall, Judd Nelson, Molly Ringwald, and Ally Sheedy, this warm-hearted coming-of-age comedy helped define an entire generation!
Founded in 1977 by Ric Ocasek and Benjamin Orr, The Cars shook up the music scene with their distinctive sound and modern aesthetic, both of which continue to influence musical style today. A dominant presence on the charts throughout the 1980s, the band released six multi-platinum albums that spawned over a dozen top twnty hits and led to sold out tours worldwide. Now you can experience the thrill of seeing The Cars live with THE CARS UNLOCKED. Featuring over twenty never-before-seen live performances from their sold-out U.S. tours plus interview footage, sound checks, slide shows, backstage antics, and home video shot by the band, this limited edition set is your key to unlock The Cars. Live performances include: MY BEST FRIEND’S GIRL – LETS GO – GIMME SOME SLACK – UP AND DOWN – JUST WHAT I NEEDED – DON’T YOU STOP – MOVING IN STEREO – CANDY-O – YOU MIGHT THINK – DRIVE – TONIGHT SHE COMES – MAGIC – SHAKE IT UP – GOOD TIMES ROLL – THIS IS THE KEY TO UNLOCK THE CARS. DVD Features: 20 Songs +6 Bonus Performances; 28-Page Photo Lyric Book; Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound; Trailer INCLUDES A BRAND-NEW FULL LENGTH CD: THE CARS UNLOCKED–THE LIVE PERFORMANCES – This first-ever live album from The Cars features 10 digitally-remastered live performances of Cars hits including: MAGIC – TOUCH AND GO – DRIVE – JUST WHAT I NEEDED – MOVING IN STEREO – YOU MIGHT THINK – Plus Four Never-Before-Released Songs!
For the first time on DVD, the story of one of the biggest pop albums of all time featuring the legendary documentary Scenes From The Big Chair, a full live concert plus an exclusive, never-before-seen interview with the producer of the ten million unit selling album Songs From The Big Chair. This was the album that catapulted Tears For Fears to stardom in the 80s boasting the #1 smash Shout, Everybody Wants To Rule The World and Head Over Heels. Over 200 minutes of content with all the music in 5.1 Surround Sound and packaged in a numbered limited edition o-card.DVD SPECIAL FEATURES: Dolby Digital 5.1, 35 minute exclusive interview with the producer Chris Hughes.
Punk/New Wave mad scientists Devo were among the few bands to understand the music video's potential as art form during its infancy in the eighties. Their brilliant and bizarre videos were compiled on VHS and then on laser disc; that long out-of-print disc, The Complete Truth About De-Evolution, has finally arrived on DVD, which should please longtime fans of this eclectic outfit. Rhino's DVD is essentially the same as the Pioneer disc, which featured 17 videos (including their radio hit, "Whip It") as well as the amusing and award-winning corporate film parody "The Truth About De-Evolution," and commentary by band members Gerald Casale and Mark Mothersbaugh. Live clips from the VHS releases are also included; the video for "Are You Experienced" unfortunately was nixed by the Jimi Hendrix estate, but its replacement–a rarely seen video for "Mongoloid" by experimental filmmaker Bruce Connor–makes up for its exclusion. Fans may wish that Rhino had remastered the live clips, but the fact that these fascinating videos are available at all (and at a low retail price) should convince fence-sitters of its must-have status. –Paul Gaita
Black tee is printed with a grey-tone photo of Depeche Mode band members David Gahan, Andy Fletcher and Martin Gore. The band name is printed above in grey lettering in a hashtag-style font.
SANYI Depeche Mode Dave Gahan T-shirt. Art Heat Press Print On Front. Wash Inside Out In Cold Water, Hand Dry Recommended.
In this charming critically-acclaimed tale of first love, Lloyd (John Cusack), an eternal optimist, seeks to capture the heart of Diane, an unattainable high school beauty and straight-A student (Ione Skye). He surprises just about everyone-including himself-when she returns the sentiment. But Diane's over-possessive, divorced Dad (John Mahoney) doesn't approve and it's going to take more than just the power of love to conquer all.